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Offline fleetway

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Re: Home Made Laundry Soap
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2015, 06:48:52 AM »
fleetway here is an easier one, that I have tried and just love...uses canning jars but they can be washed out and re-used, this one requires less space and water...


http://www.budget101.com/myo-household-items/moms-super-laundry-sauce-3993.html


I always find left over dried out powdered in the canning jars in the laundry room that everyone has used and use that to clean the kitchen or bathrooms up....


Also when you are melting your water and bar of soap you can add those grains of freshner the new ones out..I have a lavender and gain(watch for them to go on sale or have coupon to save money) this will add fragrance to your laundry
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Re: Home Made Laundry Soap
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2015, 04:02:14 PM »
I can see the marketing campaign for fleetway's soap
 
'your duds are crud.' or, 'nubs to suds'
 
 
 
 
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Re: Home Made Laundry Soap
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2015, 05:15:47 PM »
fleetway here is an easier one, that I have tried and just love...uses canning jars but they can be washed out and re-used, this one requires less space and water...


http://www.budget101.com/myo-household-items/moms-super-laundry-sauce-3993.html


I always find left over dried out powdered in the canning jars in the laundry room that everyone has used and use that to clean the kitchen or bathrooms up....


Also when you are melting your water and bar of soap you can add those grains of freshner the new ones out..I have a lavender and gain(watch for them to go on sale or have coupon to save money) this will add fragrance to your laundry

That's the one you gave to the wife, works well
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Re: Home Made Laundry Soap
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2015, 05:33:30 PM »
I hope when you are talking of fresheners and fragrances it is all natural.  All commercial fragrances are big cause of allergies and breathing problems.
You want fresh smelling laundry  ? hang them to dry OUTSIDE.  Use for washing very basic natural soap.
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